In 2019, Lighthouse Kids Company released a bigger version of the all in one cloth diaper with added absorbency. The Lighthouse Kids All In One diaper was all the hype and well loved by many parents. You can read the original review here. This blog post will go over some of the differences in the products.
The original AIO diaper was gifted product from Lagoon Baby, but I purchased the Supreme myself. This blog post does contain affiliate links. To learn more about cloth diapering check out my book here.
Why a Supreme Diaper?
The original Lighthouse Kids AIO diaper is rather small. It is a one size diaper rated for 9-32lbs. This is a small range for OS diapers that is comparable to the fit and function of the Rumparooz products. The Supreme diaper bridges the gap to give a wider diapering range for bigger children including those who need 40+ pounds in size and more absorbency.
The other added bonus of the Supreme diaper is the absorbency because the original diaper was lacklustre at a mere 7 ounces. Originally the insert was sold with the diaper, but the insert is now sold separately. The diaper itself is 8.9 ounces with the prefold providing an extra 12 ounces. You do not have to use the prefold, and I would recommend that you purchase and use a thinner product. The bulk of the prefold with the extra stay dry liner makes this product extra.
It’s the same diaper, but bigger. The Lighthouse Kids Supreme and OS are very similar in fit and canton. There’s nothing different besides being a sized up version. It has the same athletic wicking jersey inner, book fold tongue design, and bamboo knit liner.
The size difference is mostly visible in the wings of the diaper. There’s a small difference in the length, but the wings are significantly larger. The one area I wish it was larger is the crotch because it quickly bulks up with the prefold in the diaper.
If you are looking for a larger fitting all in one diaper, then this is a good fit for you because there are very few other options on the market. I wish the crotch was wider but hey.